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The minor in finance consists of a minimum of 13 credits in finance courses including FIN 322 and nine additional credits in finance (FIN) courses and any prerequisites for these courses (either ACC 301 or ECN 321 may satisfy three credits toward the finance minor). The prerequisites for the finance courses normally require up to 26 credits including (MTH 121 and MTH 122) or (MTH 141 and MTH 154), ACC 200 and ACC 210, ECN 201, QMM 240 and QMM 241 (or QMM 250 or STA 225 and/or STA 226). A minimum grade of 2.0 must be earned in each course in the finance minor and in the prerequisites for each course. This minor is open to all students except finance majors.